Mark Angels - Climax

Mark Angels – Climax

Mark Angels – Climax

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Angels - Climax

Mark Angels – Climax

 

 

 

Mark Angels – Climax

 

Mark Angels drops an impressive song entitled ‘Climax’ with a smooth, dramatic and narrative music video.  According to Mark “Climax depicts the inevitable failure of a toxic relationship. Letting go seems impossible when you’re trapped by past memories of love, late-night drives, and rebellious behaviour.”

 

Mark is a half Filipino and half Scottish with a marvelous vocal. His delivery of words is full of clarity which refines the song perfectly and makes it engaging.

 

‘Climax’ is a mix of electronic sound with R&B pop flow; which makes the song extraordinary and one of a kind production.

 

The melodious and strong hook of the song and flexible delivery of the verses by Mark are what added more sugar to the tea of the song. ‘Climax’ is a multi-genre song; that perfectly twists electronic sound into R&B pop.  The production of ‘Climax’ is first class and remarkable.

River Meets Sea – Won’t You Stay

River Meets Sea – Won’t You Stay

 

 

 

 

 

River Meets Sea – Won’t You Stay

River Meets Sea – Won’t You Stay

 

 

 

River Meets Sea – Won’t You Stay

 

River Meets Sea maintains a spectral intimacy in both their live performances and studio recordings. Through the campaign of their last EP The Republic under their former name of Joe Osborne & The Winter Moon, they have gained support from multiple online publications such as BBC Introducing, Where The Music Meets, Outline Online, Brighton’s Finest, Ear To The Ground, Amazing Radio, Mercury Machine, and more.

 

Having played at The Great Escape, Latitude, Folk East, Norfolk and Norwich Arts Festival, the MPA Showcase, as well as support slots for Frankie Lee, Wooden Arms and Laish, River Meets Sea are set for their debut single release show on Dec 2018 followed by the multiple UK and European dates going into 2019. Won’t You Stay is the first single of River Meets Sea’s newly recorded material coinciding with their new image and direction.

 

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Ryan O’Shaughnessy - Together

Ryan O’Shaughnessy – Together

Ryan O’Shaughnessy – Together

 

 

 

 

 

Ryan O’Shaughnessy - Together

Ryan O’Shaughnessy – Together

 

 

 

 

Ryan O’Shaughnessy – Together

 

Ryan O’Shaughnessy is an Irish singer-songwriter and former actor from Skerries, Dublin, known for reaching the final of the sixth series of Britain’s Got Talent in May 2012, finishing in fifth place, as well as appearing on the first series of The Voice of Ireland.

 

Ryan grew up listening to the metal taps of shoes he didn’t take much time getting used to. By the age of four, Ryan was catching the eyes and ears of his parents’ peers and mentors. Ryan played the part of orphaned Mark Halpin in Irish Soap Fair City for 9 years (2001–2010) but left to be in a boy band called ‘Mission 4’, where he got a taste of the music business. Ryan was a student at DIT (Dublin Institute of Technology) undertaking a music course in songwriting as part of BIMM (Brighton Institute of Modern Music) in Dublin, Ireland. His love for songwriting grew.

 

His debut single, the folk-tinged original composition “No Name” — twice performed to millions on Britain’s Got Talent — was a U.K. Top 40 hit as well as a number three hit in Ireland. His subsequent eponymous EP with Sony RCA / SYCO topped the Irish albums chart in August 2012 and climbed into the Top 10 in the U.K. The six-track disc showcased his clear, soul-influenced vocal style and gift for writing the kind of slow and moody, acoustic guitar-led ballads. Inspiration for this short but sweet collection of songs comes from the likes of Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, and Glen Hansard.

 

Ryan’s music took him across the UK and Ireland for most of 2012 through to 2014. Playing shows and making appearances. In summer 2014 Ryan decided to take time to travel, re-energize and re-inspire. His travels took him to many places around Europe and the USA where he played music to whoever wanted to listen. Since 2013 Ryan has been writing and recording for his much-anticipated debut album and admits “The hardest part is letting your babies leave the nest”. Ryan also admits to experimenting with new genres that wouldn’t normally be associated with him. “I’m always learning new things and trying to keep as open-minded as possible”. In November 2016 Ryan released “Back To Square One” a 13 track mix of emotions, and is now producing and writing for other artists.

 

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Kranky Tank and the Fixers – Sarah

Kranky Tank and the Fixers – Sarah

Kranky Tank and the Fixers – Sarah

 

 

 

 

 

Kranky Tank and the Fixers – Sarah

Kranky Tank and the Fixers – Sarah

 

 

 

 

Artist Name – Kranky Tank and the Fixers

 

Song Title – Sarah

 

Genre – Folk Jazz -Indie Folk

 

Release Date – 9/10/18

 

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Kranky Tank and the Fixers – Sarah

 

 

 

Brief us on how to impress fans during a live performance.

There is a magic that happens with fans when the artist can convey that real feeling into the performance. Calm comes over the crowd to the point of being able to hear a pin drop in the silent moments. It is a tangible feeling that I find comes when you can put yourself into the moment. Experience that slice of time again that you are singing about. Be real, and feel the music. That energy makes it to the fan. I believe everyone has heard fans say,” They are playing my song”… they say this for a reason. It makes them feel like someone else has captured their feelings, musically. It gives them the energy they can identify with. You are telling their tale and singing their feelings. That is so uncommon nowadays. It’s like we have all suffered the years of the drought of the over-commercialized music product, to the point that when something fresh and real comes by, it is like spring rain that brings life back to the soul. Plato said it, “music gives soul to the universe.” I use this as my guide writing… no soul… then it is background noise.

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List the names of your biggest supporters.

At this stage of our venture, it is each other and our families. Reverbnation curated one of our tunes… I see that as a nod of support.

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Explain what has motivated you so far in your music career.

Personally, music has always been a part of who I am. In the beginning, my parents said: “don’t do music… you will starve”. That derailed me for 35 years because I did not believe in myself. Ultimately life steered me back to where I am today. That was a long and difficult road. Not trying to sound cliché but the truth is the truth and I think the term cliché’ makes truth easier to ignore maybe no matter how true it is? The career in music is a struggle, but… life is a struggle at some point? Experience has taught me that nothing of worth comes easy… success isn’t about just talent as much as it is about tenacity. Lots of talent out there going nowhere because of preconceptions/expectations. You got to love what you do and have a sense of continual improvement, knowing you can always do it better, and then do it better and better… just don’t quit.

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Discuss your experience as an artist.

I started music in the 5th-grade band on the cornet. Boring! Band taught me the discipline to perform. Choir trained my ear. Jazz taught me to reach and explore. As a child, my mind was always firing off musical ideas like I was living with a soundtrack running in the background. Had a photographic memory. By the time I was in high school I was taking mostly music classes, including AP Composition and Theory. Here and in Jazz, I learned to put a name on what I was hearing in my head already, so to convey an idea. I had a chance to go and study jazz in college, but got derailed with the idea I was not good enough, followed by falling in love with a ticket to hell, who is affectionately referred to now as my very ex-wife. The ex part feels good to hear still and it has been 25 years. The tidal wave of life hit. Music was reduced to sitting in for guitarist in local bands, playing at church…most of the time, life got in the way of real music. At 37 years of age, I was taking my wife’s lunch at 11 pm. She worked as an RN at an ER. Got to the parking lot. Put the truck in the park. Felt a palpitation in my chest, then a pain moving up my neck, then headache, then vertigo. Looked like I was swirling into the steering wheel like a batman segue. Then the sense of dread… you know you are in danger of dying. I made it to the ER after my vision cleared. A massive deep vein thrombosis (DVT) had moved from my calf, busted up in the heart, and I believe the term is bilateral pulmonary emboli settled into my lungs, which looked like a Christmas tree with blood clot ornaments all over the place. Not knowing it at the time… I forgot how to play guitar in a matter of minutes. Lost left-hand coordination. Forgot a lifetime of music I had written… it was all in my head. Pieces of memory have come back, but the coordination hit a speed ceiling… can’t even think that fast anymore. Everything settled back into my being a singer-songwriter type artist, but I did get one bonus out of the mess. With what memory came back, I can now close my eyes and go back to that moment, Feel the feelings, smell the smells, taste the tastes, and experience the emotions of the moment. Got a built-in muse now. Unfortunately, the ex managed to make it back in there too. Tell me God doesn’t have a sense of humor. Got back on the music bandwagon. I started teaching guitar to help me relearn. Started writing again. I went to Nashville to meet with my songwriting mentor. He liked three out of four of my songs, so I figured it is time to get serious about it again. So, here we are talking about a song I produced with my friends.

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Tell us the biggest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

Quitting.

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Discuss the story behind the song.

When I heard the song “Sarah”, I heard the magic in it. Michael has a bit of a Neil Young sound and good energy in his performance…I asked Michael about publishing and recording the piece at my studio. The recorded song is performed by Michael on lead vocal. It was originally written to be a country song, telling a common thread story of being away from home… in this case, about missing being home for his daughter. I heard something different than country in the song musically and arranged it the way I heard it. Michael expected country. When he heard it, I asked what do you think? He hesitated, and then said, “it’s a bit Jazzy… but I like it…” My thinking was as a country song, it would be more like a drop of rain in a thunderstorm of country music. Harder to be discovered; especially with all of the changes in country music today. Kind of think it should be called Nashville music today and leave the title of country to the old school guys. This mix was unique and I had styled to a way I liked… a back porch, relaxed listening experience, but with a sentiment. A Summer Day with a mixed drink and my feet up.

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Tell us how to fund a music project.

I’ve been footing the bill myself up to now, trying to keep as much cash as I can so to not owe at the back end of things. Putting the money into promoting your best single(s) and generate a revenue stream. Spend where spending is necessary, on things that will turn a profit, dump that into the coffers for your project. Keep your day job till you don’t need to.

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Discuss your opinion on the safety of fans during shows and live performances.

That really hasn’t been an issue for us as of yet. Keeping people off of any cables to the mixing board or speaks… a trip hazard. Most of our listeners are not active, ages 25 and up.

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Tell us the greatest piece of advice someone has given you as an artist.

I believe that I speak for myself and Michael when I say we consider ourselves primarily as songwriters, and in that light, I got this advice… RC Bannon told me, “You cannot eat art”. If Michael had clung to his original vision of the song, we probably wouldn’t be discussing it today. As a songwriter, you want your work out there, so do not build barriers of pride to prevent your success. If someone wants to pick up your song, make your song in a different style or genre…let them. They want to change a word, let them. In the end, it isn’t a solo act, but you, your band, your producer, your publisher all contributing to your success. Do it alone with rigid constraints, you may never get out of the gates. How few artists do it all? 1 in 1000 that makes it?

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Tell us what you will improve or change in your music.

I am always looking for better ways to do everything. I am the recording engineer, the mix engineer, producer, and performer. When I recorded in my youth, it was all on tape. Having to learn everything over, plus doing everything on a computer… I am climbing the mountain one step at a time, and am nowhere near the top of my game.

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Discuss vocal training and how you protect your vocal.

Always warm-up and exercise your voice. Vocal chords are controlled by muscles. Go running without a warmup; you hurt yourself…same with the voice. Most of the singing is breathing and breath control. Again the muscle. No support of a sustained note and you fall off flat… sounds great in your head but doesn’t cross the finish line that way. Better breath control allows you to not strain your vocals. Push more air; find your timbre and vibrato control and use slight mic distance changes for volume dynamics. Can’t over-emphasis the proper use of vowels in singing.

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Discuss your best mood during a performance.

The best way to describe it is you are having fun with your friends. Then you can be you and that works in your favor for the performance. I have been able to make grown men well up on stage with me when I get into the moment and feel the music as I play. If I get all self-conscious, I screw up more. Make singing more of a habit than thought.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Kranky Tank and the Fixers? I’m pretty easy going unless my sugar is low. My initials led to the K in Kranky and Tank is my nickname. The Fixers… they pull it all into focus… it ain’t a solo act. The name though…It basically just sounded cool and it sang to us. We have people moving away, working other gigs as well, so the band will probably be a bunch of new faces within the year.

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List your best artists with reasons.

I rarely listen to music anymore as a songwriter as it tends to stick in my head, then I have to not think about it. I listened to Muse the other day and am still fighting with it in my head. I like what they do. After the DVT, it took my ability to retain names down 80%, so I recall the sounds and some lyrics, and the feel better than who I am remembering who is singing. It sucks, I know. I grew up listening to rock in the ’60s and 70’s…the 80’s I liked less due to keyboards that became dominant, and I do not find them as moving as a stringed instrument, not to say it cannot be moving, just requires the right person playing with feeling, and the ’80s was pretty void of that. Guys dressing up like girls… ugh! Metal just didn’t sit well with me back then; I like it better now I am rediscovering music. Isn’t that weird? Cut “my teeth” musically on Zeppelin, and Kansas, having “Dust in the wind” be the first tune I picked out on guitar, and “Black Dog” on first electric. The Who, Journey, I teach these guys styles to kids to expose them to old rock, today. Pink Floyd, Tom Petty, huge influences, but I will listen to most classical music, anything from Brahms to Samuel Barber, and Jazz it was Mancini that inspired me the most, while Coltrane was my worker bee kind of drive. The pretty diverse palette on music. I always listened to country with my grandfather, loved to play it, but not listen to it. Grandpa taught me to appreciate the old country. My first band was bluegrass gospel music.

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Discuss your existence as an artist.

I see the beauty in all its phases and aspects of life. I have a sense of gratitude for my ability to see things the way I do. As an artist, I try and point out the obvious beauty in life. Standing on the beach one night in Monterrey Ca, toes in the wet sand, I was looking up to the horizon of the night sky, bristling full of shimmering stars. Life isn’t about me. I went out onto a large rock outcrop over the ocean and sat, and waited for the sun to rise… the sound of the waves continuing to crash into the rocks with relentless violence. I could not calm the waves. Life isn’t about me. The waves continued as I sat and watched. As the light shown upon the waters… the blue… the deep, deep blue, was rising up, crashing into a brilliant white with millions of prisms of spectral colors flashing for what seemed like a painting of eternity. Life isn’t about me. I am playing with my children in the swimming pool. My son, one-year-old, toe headed, grinning gleefully in floats, splashing his hands in sheer delight and joy. Life isn’t about me. My three-year-old daughter in her red bathing suit, swimming without her floats across the pool for the first time, then grabbing the side of the pool. “Look, Daddy…I swam without my floats” Sunshine beams into her hair and a flash of brilliant copper refracts back up at me. Life isn’t about me. I write a song about losing my best friend. I sing it on stage for the first time with all of the recollections of loss and emptiness I felt, pouring into the performance. My recounting the loneliness after my knowing her… her being gone in the blink of an eye… The man on the stage with me begins to well up and become visibly shaken. Life is not about me. As an artist, I point out all of the beauty I see in life so that others may appreciate this brief existence as I have.

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Tell us the greatest problem you think is facing society and the solution.

A lack of civility will destroy any people. I will put it in the context of my country today. College used to be a place of ideas… it is no longer. Berkley students are being physically attacked for having an unpopular opinion. My 14-year-old guitar student is in debate class at school. He came in upset last week, nearly crying as his guitar lesson was right after school. He is a good kid. He was assigned the role of arguing against illegal immigration in this debate class exercise. He looked at the arguments and presents them to the class. Three kids who were arguing for the pro-illegal immigration side, they end up in detention for screaming at the top of their lungs and insulting my student in a very derogatory and demeaning fashion… this done all over an exercise in classroom debate, at this age. That is mere core anger issues surfacing in our children. I explained to him that if they were acting like that, he won the debate because the debate is intellectual, not emotional, and they clearly had nothing intellectual to defend with so they went nuts. He felt better after that and is more confident in class as well. I’m not trying to argue either side of that debate here, but I am pointing out there are many people with many ideas, and all ideas need to be weighed out for facts, compared to history, stripped of emotion, then properly acted upon. Intimidation is used to force an opposing idea out of existence is inherently evil, and at best an anti-American ideal. E Pluribus Unum “From Many One” is an American ideal. “You are with us or against us” is not an American ideal. Separating into camps, polarizing from anger… this leads to war; not solutions. The anger is from feeling powerless, and I believe that comes from the State taking too much power from the people. I get it. I had the wrath of the IRS on me when I was sick, and there was no mercy, grace or understanding from the IRS. Penalties are ungodly. The due taxes are paid but it is a 20-year sentence digging out of fines and interest. I keep my cool still and try to reason and find a peaceable solution, unlike the dude that flew his plane into the building in Austin. I totally understand his “why”. He got emotionally out of control and ended himself. So how do you teach grown people who were not raised to respect one another, to suddenly respect one another? I know of no solution with adults. Can’t fix stupid and you cannot make someone consider the other side of a situation…that is a choice that prejudice prevents from happening. History shows this trend usually winds up in bloodshed. Looking at America today…it sure looks like history is repeating itself. Look at our founding. Bloodshed over who had the power. If any solution at all… begin teaching real history again? Maybe that might save the country?

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Discuss your songwriting and recording.

Songwriting starts with a chord progression that inspires a feeling. This is played until a lyrical impression or subject, based on that feeling is made. I play this over and over to have a melody pop in my head… play and sing the melody until lyrics start to appear. Then refine the lyric. Does it execute well? Is there a better way of saying that? On the lyric I’ll quote Mark Twain: The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug. The recording is nothing less than pure, hard work. Anyone saying otherwise needs a really good engineer and a lot of cash.

 

One Gun Shy – Let

One Gun Shy – Let

One Gun Shy – Let

 

 

 

 

 

One Gun Shy – Let

One Gun Shy – Let

 

 

 

 

One Gun Shy – Let

 

One Gun Shy started in 2011 with drive and determination to do something different on a musical note. The guys work very hard in everything they do. They love to joke around and hang out with their fans but take their music seriously. The band members come from varied and unique backgrounds, but share a common goal and vision for their music.

 

Take five highly motivated professional musicians, add professional gear and professional studio recordings, and combine their brand of Alternative Hard Rock with crunchy, gritty riffs and catchy hooks, and you have One Gun Shy. The band has carved out their niche in the Seattle area and is a staple of the Pacific Northwest Music Scene.

 

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Mona Johansson - Ain't No Love In the Heart of the City

Mona Johansson

Mona Johansson – Ain’t No Love In the Heart of the City

 

 

 

 

 

Mona Johansson - Ain't No Love In the Heart of the City

Mona Johansson – Ain’t No Love In the Heart of the City

 

 

 

 

Mona Johansson – Ain’t No Love In the Heart of the City

 

Mona Johansson is a soul and blues singer at heart. The lyrics are as important to her as the music. With a mix of old blues songs, soul classics, and her own songs, she sings with a voice reminiscent of 1930’s blues divas. She plays the guitar with an intense groove and her performances are expressive.

 

Mona Johansson comes from a musical family and was exposed to traditional music from an early age. As a child, she took trumpet lessons before concentrating on her voice and guitar. Absorbing all kinds of music she soon gravitated towards American roots music.

 

Rhythm and dynamics are important ingredients in her musical expression as well as the naked ballads where Mona’s song is in the center. Her shows include a mix of traditional blues ballads, soul classics, and original songs.

 

Since 2014 Mona has been working with the talented guitarist and singer Christer Lyssarides and together they have found their own way of expressing American roots which can be listened to in the album from 2017, Walk.

 

Mona is an established artist appearing at blues clubs and festivals. She’s located in Stockholm, Sweden, where she also picks her favorite musicians. Occasionally Mona also leads blues jam at one of the blues scenes in Stockholm.

 

Discography

Walk (2017) – Album

Chased by Shadows (2015) – Single

Bitter & Sweet (2012) – Album

 

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Awesome blues singer Mona Johansson presents the album Walk with a collection of songs taken from the American blues and soul treasure. In the collaboration between Mona’s expressive voice and Christer Lyssarides’ sensitive guitar playing, they create their own way of interpreting roots and blues where the music sweeps the voice into a Nordic light, like a fog over damp fields.

 

Contributing to the sound is Mona Johansson (vocals and acoustic guitar), Christer Lyssarides (guitar and pedal steel), Björn Gideonsson (drums), Ralph Youngblood (electric bass) and Allen Finney (harmonica, background vocals). Allen Finney is also a songwriter to one of the tracks, “Take a little walk”. Mona has produced the album together with the guitarist Christer Lyssarides.

 

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Maryam Zadeh – Sharon

Maryam Zadeh – Sharon

Maryam Zadeh – Sharon

 

 

 

 

 

Maryam Zadeh – Sharon

Maryam Zadeh – Sharon

 

 

 

 

Maryam Zadeh – Sharon

 

Sharon is the latest single written and produced by Maryam Zadeh.  With a blend of Rock, Cabaret and dark soulful vocals, Zadeh pays tribute to the late actress Sharon Tate who was best known for her role in the 1967 cult classic “Valley of the Dolls” As Maryam stated, “It was Sharon’s beauty, innocence and the shadow that lingers over her name that compelled me to write this song”.

 

Zadeh’s professional music career began in 2005 when she became the front singer for the Canadian Dance Band TAPPS whose song “My Forbidden Lover” went on to become one of the bestselling Hi-NRG records worldwide reaching the #2 spot single in Holland on the dance chart.  For 13 years, Zadeh toured with the band that was part of her childhood musical backdrop.

 

In 2018, Zadeh left the band to pursue a solo music career.  As she candidly stated, “It was a wild and fun ride but I felt it was limiting my own unique artistic expression”. Currently, Zadeh resides in Arcadia, California.  She is in the studio recording her first album entitled “The Children’s Hour”.

 

This album is a compilation of experimental tracks that can best be described as a nostalgic blend of Rock, Cabaret and Dark Wave embellished with lyrics and melodies that evoke darkness, romance, and awakening of the soul.

 

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Liv Dawson - I Like You

Liv Dawson – I Like You

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Liv Dawson - I Like You

Liv Dawson – I Like You

 

 

 

 

Liv Dawson – I Like You

 

Shepperton, West London-born-and-bred Liv Dawson started singing at a young age and, encouraged by her family, was penning her own songs by the age of 13, inspired by the likes of Lauryn Hill, Amy Winehouse, and Beyoncé.

 

In 2016, Dawson delivered her first release in the form of the intimate single “Tapestry.” The same year, she signed to Method Records which released the single “Still.”

 

Dawson followed that up with the EP Open Your Eyes, which wed the electronic sound of Disclosure to Dawson’s classic-sounding vocals. Working with the likes of SG Lewis and Jimmy Napes, she continued to write and produce material throughout 2016. At the beginning of the following year, Dawson released two more singles, “Searching” and “Somewhere Good.”

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303 – Whisper

303 – Whisper

303 – Whisper

 

 

 

 

 

303 – Whisper

303 – Whisper

 

 

 

 

303 – Whisper

 

303 is an amazing R&B super trio from UK that came into existence on 30th March 2017. The release of the striking and tuneful song entitled “Whisper” with a magnificent and fascinating video proves to the world that R&B is nevertheless as entertaining as the olden times.

 

The colourful background of the video enhances the quality of the music video. The trio thrills the audiences with their enticing appearances and nails the cool R&B beat with their expressive vocals in harmony. The first verse is warm while the hook takes you into the thrill, seconded with striking vocals into the next verse… this is a great song. “Whisper” reveals the trio’s remarkable harmonies and marvelous blend of vocals on a chilly R&B rhythm.

 

Fans will be thrilled with their heavenly voices and innocent appearances. The video is excellent while the trio sings with comfort and superiority. Their performance is tremendously extraordinary while the high standard of video production takes it to a higher level.

 

 

The trio sings with confidence while in total control of the performance and their model-like looks make the video more appealing. Huge kudos must be given to Maddie, Io and Chloe for coming up with this brilliant and wonderful song.

 

 

 

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ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

 

 

 

 

 

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

 

 

ConSio + Corey Jones – Favors

 

ConSio is an up and coming Hip-Hop artist from Birmingham, Alabama who is taking the Atlanta music scene by storm.

 

ConSio’s MUSIC is described as Hop-Hop, Pop, and R&B. His musical influences range from Flo Rida, Lupe Fiasco, B.o.B to Outkast, 2Pac, and Nas. ConSio has been working alongside talented producer Jason Andrews of Spotlight Sound Studios.

 

ConSio has debuted his diverse talent with his freshman album “CONSIO DREAM,” … Along with the release of his album, you can find CONSIO’S TOUR VIDEO on YouTube, displaying THOUSANDS OF FANS cheering on his performances.

 

ConSio has graced the stages of many theaters across the U.S., including Canada.  Most recent venues of which ConSio has performed at are: Sold Out Shows at CenterStage in Atlanta, GA, House Of Blues in Houston, TX, Nourse Theater in San Francisco, CA and Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto Canada.

 

Currently, ConSio is working on his latest album release entitled, “VISION,” with Grammy-nominated record producer Nick Chahwala for Katy Perry, T.I., Mariah Carey, and More featuring a list of artists, including Sofia Bartra, nominated for best independent pop album of the year in 2016.  Look for ConSio’s new album to release in 2019, along with hot, new singles that will show up on the next album.

 

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